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Class:SHS 303 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech Mechanism
Subject:Speech and Hearing Sciences
University:University of Southern Mississippi
Term:Fall 2009
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alkali
camphor
naptha
Anglo Saxon
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Scandinavian descent
Most terms come from?
artery
Arabic
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Some of the best surgeons are in?
Pasteur
French words
fontanelle
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plaque
most common place for cholesterol
Transient Ischemic attack
Aphasia/ Hemiparalysis
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goiter
gout
jaundice
Italian words
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Hippocrates
Hippocrates used words such as?
anthrax
herpes
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meninges
Pia mater
Dura mater
Arachnoid
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nystagmus
Aristotle
Glaucoma
pancreas
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meconium
common Greek words
asphyxia
ecxema
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Telomeres
Diabetes
Philtrum
melancholia
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Kineo
Anatomical Position
ventral
dorsal
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anterior
posterior
superficial
deep
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superior
inferior
cranial
caudal
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external
internal
medial
lateral
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proximal
distal
central
peripheral
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Planes of Reference
Sagittal Plane
Frontal
Transverse
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Cells
Criteria For Living
How many cells does the body contain
Neurons
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Cells that do not live as long
2 ways to get rid of red blood cells
Vestigial organs/structures
Protoplasm
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Nucleus
Cytoplasm
what percent of the body is made of fluid?
Tissues
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5 basic tissues
Epithelial
Epithelial Tissue proper
Mesothelial Tissue
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Endothelial
Connective Tissue
Loose Connective tissue
Dense connective tissue
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special connective tissue
How many bones are in the body?
bones get rigidity and strength from:
semantic priming
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Casein
2 types of bones
Haversian Canals
Periosteum
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Capillaries
Axial skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Joints
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Muscle tissue (3 types)
How many muscles are in the body
2 muscles are unpaired:
stapedius
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Tinnitus
myofibril
Myoglobin
Fasciuli
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in order for muscles to work properly, the
degenerative nervous disease
progressive neurological disease
Amyotrophical Lateral sclerosis
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Lou Gehrig
Smooth muscle tissue/ involuntary muscle tissues.
The most primative type of muscle is the?
Muscle proteins
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Adenosine Triphosphate
2 strongest muscles in the body
Electromyography
Electromyogram
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muscles are named according to:
Sternocleidomastoid
Flexion/ extention
dorsiflexion/ plantar flexion
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abduction/ adduction
Medial/ Lateral rotation
Pronation/supination
eversion/inversion
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opposition
circumduction
Nervous Tissue
Motor unit
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Homunculus
Simple motor movement contracts 3 ways:
Latent Period
Contraction Period
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Relaxation period
Refractory Phase
Innervation Ratio
Vascular System
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Blood consists of:
Centrifuge
Lymphatic System
Spleen
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Thymus
Myasthenia Gravis
Lymphatic System
Organ
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11 systems that work in sync with one another:
11 Systems (CONT)
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 alkali 
 camphor 
 naptha 
 Anglo Saxon 
 Scandinavian descent 
 Most terms come from? 
 artery 
 Arabic 
 Some of the best surgeons are in? 
 Pasteur 
 French words 
 fontanelle 
 plaque 
 most common place for cholesterol 
 Transient Ischemic attack 
 Aphasia/ Hemiparalysis 
 goiter 
 gout 
 jaundice 
 Italian words 
 Hippocrates 
 Hippocrates used words such as? 
 anthrax 
 herpes 
 meninges 
 Pia mater 
 Dura mater 
 Arachnoid 
 nystagmus 
 Aristotle 
 Glaucoma 
 pancreas 
 meconium 
 common Greek words 
 asphyxia 
 ecxema 
 Telomeres 
 Diabetes 
 Philtrum 
 melancholia 
 Kineo 
 Anatomical Position 
 ventral 
 dorsal 
 anterior 
 posterior 
 superficial 
 deep 
 superior 
 inferior 
 cranial 
 caudal 
 external 
 internal 
 medial 
 lateral 
 proximal 
 distal 
 central 
 peripheral 
 Planes of Reference 
 Sagittal Plane 
 Frontal  
 Transverse 
 Cells 
 Criteria For Living 
 How many cells does the body contain 
 Neurons  
 Cells that do not live as long 
 2 ways to get rid of red blood cells 
 Vestigial organs/structures 
 Protoplasm 
 Nucleus 
 Cytoplasm 
 what percent of the body is made of fluid? 
 Tissues 
 5 basic tissues 
 Epithelial 
 Epithelial Tissue proper 
 Mesothelial Tissue 
 Endothelial 
 Connective Tissue 
 Loose Connective tissue 
 Dense connective tissue 
 special connective tissue 
 How many bones are in the body? 
 bones get rigidity and strength from:  
 semantic priming 
 Casein 
 2 types of bones 
 Haversian Canals 
 Periosteum 
 Capillaries  
 Axial skeleton 
 Appendicular Skeleton 
 Joints 
 Muscle tissue (3 types) 
 How many muscles are in the body 
 2 muscles are unpaired: 
 stapedius 
 Tinnitus 
 myofibril 
 Myoglobin 
 Fasciuli 
 in order for muscles to work properly, the 
 degenerative nervous disease 
 progressive neurological disease 
 Amyotrophical Lateral sclerosis 
 Lou Gehrig 
 Smooth muscle tissue/ involuntary muscle tissues. 
 The most primative type of muscle is the? 
 Muscle proteins 
 Adenosine Triphosphate  
 2 strongest muscles in the body 
 Electromyography 
 Electromyogram 
 muscles are named according to: 
 Sternocleidomastoid 
 Flexion/ extention 
 dorsiflexion/ plantar flexion 
 abduction/ adduction 
 Medial/ Lateral rotation 
 Pronation/supination 
 eversion/inversion 
 opposition 
 circumduction 
 Nervous Tissue 
 Motor unit 
 Homunculus 
 Simple motor movement contracts 3 ways: 
 Latent Period 
 Contraction Period 
 Relaxation period 
 Refractory Phase 
 Innervation Ratio 
 Vascular System 
 Blood consists of: 
 Centrifuge 
 Lymphatic System 
 Spleen 
 Thymus 
 Myasthenia Gravis 
 Lymphatic System 
 Organ 
 11 systems that work in sync with one another: 
 11 Systems (CONT) 
 Term 
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